Bacigalupo, Massimo. “The Law and How to Break It: Reading and Translating Ezra Pound’s Canto 22.” Publif@rum 18 (2013). Web. 30 July 2013.

Bacigalupo, Massimo. “Ezra the Troubadour.” Provence and the British Imagination. Ed. Claire Davison, Béatrice Laurent, Caroline Patey, Nathalie Vanfasse. Milan: Università degli Studi, Dipartimento di Lingue e letterature straniere, 2013. 175-92.

Bradshaw David and James Smith. “Ezra Pound, James Strachey Barnes (‘The Italian Lord Haw-Haw’) and Italian Fascism.” The Review of English Studies 64.266 (2013): 672-93.

Estrade, Charlotte. “Transatlantic Crossroads: Ezra Pound’s 1933 Active Anthology.” Anglophonia: French Journal of English Studies 33 (2013). 123-132.

Zamsky, Robert. “Ezra Pound and Charles Bernstein: Opera, Poetics, and the Fate of Humanism.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 55.1 (2013). 100-124.


Paideuma 2013 vol. 40

Stauder, Ellen Keck. “Of Rhythm, Image and Knowing: Burton Hatlen as a Reader of Pound.” 63-70.

Nadel, Ira. “Ezra Pound and MI5.” 327-348.



Antliff, Mark, and Scott W. Klein, eds. Vorticism. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013. Print.


Antliff, Alan. “Ezra Pound, Man Ray and Vorticism in America, 1914-1917.” 139-155.

McCauley, Anne. “Witch Work, Art Work, and the Spiritual Roots of Abstraction: Ezra Pound, Alvin Langdon Coburn, and the Vortographs.” 156-174.

Greene, Vivien. “John Quinn and Vorticist Art: the Eye (and Purse) of an American Collector.” 175-198.


Gery, John, Daniel Kempton, and H. R. Stoneback, eds. Imagism: Essays on Its Initiation, Impact and Influence. New Orleans: UNO Press, 2013.



Christos Hadjiyiannis, “Ezra Pound, T.E. Hulme, Edward Storer: Imagism as Anti-Romanticism in the Pre-Des Imagistes Era.” 17-30.

Justin Kishbaugh, “Editorial Images: Des Imagistes and Ezra Pound’s Imagist Presentation of Imagism.” 31-46.

Anderson D. Araujo, “‘I cling to the spar’: Imagism in Ezra Pound’s Vortex.” 47-62.

Shelley Puhak, “Image, Vortex, Radiant Node: Ezra Pound as Lens.” 63-78.

Alex Shakespeare, “‘Poetry Which Moves by Its Music’: Keeping Time with Pound’s Imagism.” 79-92.

Max Saunders, “Imagism vs. Impressionism: Ezra Pound and Ford Madox Ford.” 93-108.

John Gery, “‘Radiance to the White Wax’: The Imagist Contradiction between Logopoeia and Phanopoeia.” 109-22.

Brad McDuffie, “An Art of ‘Pure Sound Bound Through Symbols’: Ezra Pound’s Tutelage of Ernest Hemingway.” 135-48.


Pratt, William, and Caterina Ricciardi, eds. ROMA/AMOR: Ezra Pound, Rome, and Love. Brooklyn: AMS Press, 2013.


Table of Contents:

I. Pound and Rome

Stephen Wilson, “‘Greeks to Their Romans’: Ezra Pound’s Visions of Empire.” 3-14.

Stephen Romer, “Venus at Terracina, or the ‘Mediterranean Sanity.’” 15-26.

Massimo Bacigalupo, “Ezra Pound’s Rome: Greeting the Returning Gods and Sponsa Christi.” 27-36.

Anne Conover, “‘Beyond civic order, l’AMOR’: Olga, Ezra, and Benito Mussolini.” 37-50.

Catherine E. Paul, “Ezra Pound in Mussolini’s Rome.” 51-64.

Serenella Zanotti, “Pound and the Mussolini Myth: An Unexplored Source for Canto 41.” 65-80.

Stefano Maria Casella, “‘Ez, Franz, and Ninì’: Pound and the Monottis in Rome, 1935–2000.” 81-94.

Caterina Ricciardi, “Ezra Pound and the Foundation of the Centro Italiano di Studi Americani: 1936.” 95-108.

Tim Redman, “Ezra Pound and Roman Catholicism: An Overview.” 109-22.


II. Pound and Love

Nephie Christodoulides, “‘A Wondrous Holiness Hath Touched Me’: Amor and Alchemy in ‘Hilda’s Book.’”123-32.

Peter Liebregts, “Between Alexandria and Rome: Ezra Pound, Augustine, and the Notion of Amor.” 133-44.

Giovanna Epifania, “Cavalcanti’s ‘Canzone d’Amore’ and Pound’s Translation Strategies in Canto 36.” 145-58.

William Pratt, “More Lasting than Bronze: Pound’s True Heritage.” 159-70.


III. Pound and Other Poets

Mary de Rachewiltz, “Manfredi and Dante in Purgatory.” 171-74.

Rosella Mamoli Zorzi, “Love and Hate: Ezra Pound and a Contemporary Africadian Poet.” 175-84.

Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec, “Humming/Vortices of History and Love, or Geoffrey Hill’s Telegram to Ezra Pound.” 185-96.

Réka Mihálka, “He Do Elektra in Different Voices: Pound and Fleming’s Translation of Elektra.” 197-214.

Miho Takahashi, “Herakles on the Blazing Pyre: A Reading of The Women of Trachis.” 215-28.


IV. Pound and Other Contexts

Giuliana Ferreccio, “Ezra Pound and Aby Warburg: Nymphs and Luminous Details.” 229-40.

Walter Baumann, “Ezra Pound’s Belfast Connection: Allan Seaton (1916–2007).” 241-252.

P. Sanavio, “The Exile Returns: Pound in Paris 1965–66. A Personal Recollection.” 253-58.

Ira B. Nadel, “‘And Pounds and Pounds and Pounds’: The Many Lives of Ezra Pound.” 259-68.